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Seventy One New Trees Planted on Maury Island Thanks to Whale Scout Volunteers

On Saturday, October 8th Whale Scout volunteers planted 71 native trees at the Maury Island Marine park. It was a beautiful stormy fall day in Puget Sound with dark clouds, occasional strong winds, and by the end of the day, rain - perfect planting weather! The views over Puget Sound were stunning even without seeing any whales. groupshot

A Final Thank You for a Few

Thank you to our volunteers who made it out to our final Spring Whale Scout Helpin' Out Event on May 21st, 2016.  We partnered with King County Parks one more time to spruce up a quaint community park in White Center. Although there were a few of us and Lakota (dog) we still made a difference to make the park a better place...image1

Fall Planting and Chili Feed at North Creek Forest

Join Whale Scout and Friends of North Creek Forest November 19th to plant trees at Bothell's largest urban forest. This forest is located adjacent to North Creek, home to Chinook and other salmon. The forest plays an important role in keeping waters cool and clean. Every tree planted helps maintain a diverse and healthy ecosystem and feed orcas!

Helpin’ Out at Maury Island Marine Park

Plant trees October 8th at a beautiful marine park with friends and you might also see whales! Join King County Parks and Whale Scout to restore the diversity of native trees and clean up the beach at a favorite spot for people and whales. DSC_3048_b_c

What We Can Learn From Orcas – David Neiwert


David Neiwert talks about how his personal experiences shaped this great book...

Jim Waddell – All You Need to Know About Snake River Dams

IMG_6101 How much money could be saved by freeing the water and allowing the salmon to transit the river unobstructed...